I have wanted to see Paul McCartney for 45 years and I am so glad I finally got to see him. The show was spectacular. There were only 5 guys on the stage, no back up singers or more instuments but WOW what music they made. He sang songs from his days with the Beatles, days with Wings and many of his solo works. He had a tribute to Linda, a tribute to John and a tribute to George. He played many different guitars, a mandalin, a ukulele and the piano. The crowd of over 40,000 sang along much of the time and cheered him vigorously which he really liked. He told stories and interacted with the audience often. He sang for 3 hours which included 2 encores, he took no breaks or stopped for a sip of water. One of the highlights of the night was the song Live and Let Die. The stage exploded a few times and there were fireworks going off behind the stage. It took my breath away and the crowd went nuts. If you ever get the chance to see Sir Paul I urge you to not miss him.
This photo was taken with a cell phone, so it's not that good, but it does show the two giant screens on either side of the stage. I also had binoculars with me.